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AUV Arctic Operations

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Piers 90 and 91 were used by the US Navy from 1935 through the late sixties. The property was transferred to the Port of Seattle in 1976. The site provided winter moorage to large Þ shing trawlers and small cargo ships until the growth of the cruise industry in Seattle spurred the construction of the new Smith Cove Cruise Terminal which brought the cruise ships to Piers 90 and 91, the exact location of the old Muni- tions Response Area (MRA). Aerial map of Pier 90 and 91 shows the Phase One and Phase Two operations area. Phase One covered the most critical area used by the cruise ships. Phase Two encompassed the neighboring pier and surrounding areas. Photo Credit: US Army Corps of Engineers June 201234 MTRMTR #5 (34-49).indd 34MTR #5 (34-49).indd 345/31/2012 10:18:37 AM5/31/2012 10:18:37 AM

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